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Synonyms for cartoon

Synonyms for cartoon

a humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine

a film made by photographing a series of cartoon drawings to give the illusion of movement when projected in rapid sequence

draw cartoons of

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On Fox News, the man who helped spread the cartoons in the Middle East, Abu Laban, the figurehead of the Islamic Society of Denmark, told a reporter he expected Europeans "within the concept of dynamism of liberalism to create .
It's the greatest collection of its kind and it be longs in New York City, the heart of the cartoon industry," said the Museum's founder, legendary cartoonist Mort Walker, creator of the "Beetle Bailey" comic strip.
Though only 200 yards across the street front the Turner Entertainment corporate complex, the Adult Swim's Williams Street warehouse is miles away in terms of sensibilities and it has given rise to an entirely new species of cartoons.
in the past year, examples of cartoons and ideas for using them in classrooms have become easier than ever to locate online.
His cartoons have appeared in most leading magazines and many trade magazines.
To frame the discussion and explain the importance of political cartoons, it is necessary to consider their history, underlying theories of cartoons and the techniques of persuasion applied.
Like all cartoons specially featured in the Times, there was nothing remotely funny about the cartoon.
And though there were plenty of heroes to memorialize, it's hard to do positive cartoons.
Editorial cartoons are widely available online and offer another reason for you to take your students to the computer lab.
And in the Web Premiere Toon Shorts section, watch cartoons with great characters you won't find on TV, like Starr the Soda Pop Genie, Jim Fu, DJ Groove Monkee and more.
The site features a searchable archive of over 20,000 cartoons and users can purchase framed prints of their chosen cartoon and selected pieces of original artwork, as well as books and other merchandise.
We were also trying to produce the cartoons by setting up units which would be creator-driven and self-contained.
Of the various devices for humor, cartoons allow one to exercise the least degree of restraint.
Its digital archive of more than 90,000 cartoons includes every cartoon ever published in The New Yorker.